When i unplugged the headphone, the sound beame too low even on its maximum volume, i checked the system sound and its set to its maximum and also all the media players sound is set to maximum too,
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Please check the system on which this headphone is used to confirm the output. If this is low then then check the headphone on another audio player or amplifier. If the volume is low it can be related to a fault in the speakers and a voice coil cleaning with an air jet might help.
1)Make sure volume is at maximum level. check down right hand side of your desktop.
2)Make sure speakers(headphones) volume is at maximum.
3) If problem continues check your speaker( connect it to other pc), and headphone as well.
4) If problem continues try reinstalling audio driver.
You can increase the volume of your laptop by, first check the speaker and headphone icon whether it is set to 100%.You can see it in the system tray or by the right hand side at the bottom of your screen or at the control panel,click on SOUND and increase the volume. Note the software you are using like window media center, VLC player, real player and the likes should also be increase to maximum, then if your computer has an external control for the volume, make sure you increase it to the maximum.
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Double click on the volume control at the bottom right corner of the screen or go to control panel (by clicking all programs or windows logo) and choose Sound And Audio Devices. When you are in the volume control panel box, make sure that all volume controls are at its maximum. If this doesn't work, try a different speaker or a headphone. If your speaker/headphone has volume control, set it accordingly. If still nothing, reinstall the driver for your audio device.
try to see if the wave volume is on and maximum on the volume panel ( double click on vol icon on tray system (right low) ) ...also see if your speakers are plugged into the proper place ...and are not in the auxiliary out or something like this ...they should be plugged into the green middle out ...if they are simple stereo 3,2 jack ...so ..if the problem its still on ..its probably the sound card...(actually the pre-amplifier on it ..)
when you go to volume in the sidebar in bottom right of the screen, go to mixer and see if any of the controls like 'device' and 'windows aplications' are turned up. on my laptop, its ok sound, but when i went to the mixer, i foubd that it was only producing 20% of what it could do! Have a look and see.
Usually when you double click the speaker icon in the system tray you'll see the volume settings for all your devices. On microphone there is usually an check box for mic boost. Set those to mic boost. Then check that all the sliders in the volumes are one increment below the top but maximum for Wave. Then set the master volume to a comfortable loudness This you can access by a single click to the speaker icon.
Next, you can go to Control Box, click on Sounds and check the settings for speakers/headphone and also for recording where there is usually a routine for checking the recording settings via your microphone made available to you.
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